November 29th 06, 03:05 PM
"Annie Wxill" > wrote in message
> "Phil P." > wrote in message
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> > I think they planned this:
> > http://maxshouse.com/catergy.htm
> Hi Phil,
> LOL! I wouldn't put it past them to plan this. I hope they enjoyed the
If I didn't see this with my own eyes I wouldn't believe it. It sure looked
like they planned it. lol
There's a new cat and an intact female in the colony that we're trying to
trap. But the resident crew keeps eating the bait. If I were using a
livetrap- I would have trapped the same neutered cats over and over.
The new cat looks like he's in very good shape- so, he might be a dump and
already neutered, but I can't take any chances.
There's still one intact female that we haven't been able to trap. She gets
pregnant somewhere else and likes to have her kittens in one of the
buildings' boiler room near one of the colonies. She has the kittens in a
tiny totally inaccessible duct two stories from the ground. The engineer on
the midnight shift in the boiler room said he saw her walking across one of
the return pipes but disappeared.
We got one of kittens two weeks ago http://maxshouse.com/Feral/mommas+1.jpg
and two more yesterday
http://maxshouse.com/Feral/momms-2+3.jpg . Another one got away. I don't
know how many she had. I'm assuming at least 6.
The two were sleeping on the inside of a ledge just below a window. I have
no idea how they got there. The building is very old and built on a hill-
so, the window on the side where we caught the kittens is almost ground
level on the outside but inside, its >20 feet from the ground. Needless to
say I'm really worried about the kittens. The engineer said he hasn't seen
"Momma" in a few days. Maybe that's why the kittens came out. I didn't see
any early this morning. There are only a few places we're allowed to leave
food. Someone is eating it- I hope its the kittens. At least its very warm-
actually hot- in the boiler room.